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FOX News
Jul 4, 2011 3:00am EDT
in the big courtroom on the 23rd floor of the orange county courthouse behind me. as both the prosecution and defense in the casey anthony capital murder death penalty trial made their last emotional appeals to the jury. by day's end the jurors had seen everything. from the prosecution's powerful presentation of the largely circumstantial case of the accused child killer is the defense equivalent of where is the beef? where is the evidence to prove beyond and to the exclusion of all reasonable doubt that caseyen thon knee indeed suffocated her precious caylee so mom would be free to party. there were fireworks, there was finger pointing and there were hard called facts. we begin our 2 hour report from jeff ashton's closing remarks. >> thank you for t time you have given us in this case. we have taken a-away from your families and lives for the last six week all of us appreciate the sacrifice you have made. i am happy to say we came in on the low end of our estimate. we said 6-8 and we came in on 6. our job here is virtually done and your work is about to start. >> from the beginning the p
FOX News
Jul 10, 2011 8:00pm EDT
and knew they were not missing. >> and keeping my faith that they're going to be okay. >> but one big difference, the jury in the susan smith trial found her guilty and sentenced her to life in prison. joining me is the prosecutor from that trial, tommy pope, since that time, tommy is now a member of the south carolina house of representatives. tommy, thank you for joining me today and i want to first get a reaction to what professor dershowitz said regarding celebrating. i thought it was poignant that as a defense attorney he he said he did not celebrate even when he got acquittal. >> i think you know, as a prosecutor and attorney you're human, but by the same token we deal in tragedy and so, would i be disappointed if i was on the case and didn't turn out, absolutely. happy or excited if it did turn out, but it's really about justice. there was life lost, the media coverage thing, we're kind of numb to it. you alluded to earlier, nobody understands about seeking death and what that really means. we get kind of comfortable with it, but the truth is we're dealing with lives and we're
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